CHRISTIAN RADICH 1937 NORWAY

The cover shot and below, shows the CHRISTIAN RADICH in a North Atlantic race start, 2015

CHRISTIAN RADICH
CHRISTIAN RADICH and Guayas contest a North Atlantic race start. Position 55°16’N 006°48’ W
CHRISTIAN RADICH
CHRISTIAN RADICH and EUROPA contest a North Atlantic race start. Position 55° 16’N 006° 48’W

ABOUT THE SHIP
Christian Radich was constructed by the Framnæs Mech yard in 1937. She was built as a sail training ship with a capacity for berthing 80-90 students, a large galley for learning to cook, space for carpentry training and originally there was also a machine shop on board, where the galley is now, for the training of engineers.
Christian Radich is a regular competitor in the tall ships races and a winner on many occasions.


SPECIFICATIONS
Homeport:    Oslo
Rig:    Full Rigger
LOA :   73m
Beam:    9.7m
Draft:    4.7m
Height:    38m

CONTACT THE CHRISTIAN RADICH

Richard Sibley

Photographer with a passion for photographing tall ships and traditional sailing boats

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